Campbellsville Middle School students recently learned to make agamographs.
Jo Ann Harris’s art students have studied artist Yaacov Agam, who is known for his kinetic artwork that involves movement and viewer participation.
Agamographs are drawings that appear as one image from an angle and a completely different image from another.
To make their agamographs, students folded their paper in a zigzag pattern and then created one image on every other panel and another on the other panels.
CMS seventh-grader Dalvian Thornton, at left, and sixth-grader Ronin Smith work on their agamographs.
CMS fifth-grader Isaac Roddy colors his agamograph.
CMS seventh-grader Xierra Underwood draws her agamograph.
CMS seventh-grader Grant Lawson watches as classmate Logan Rakes colors his agamograph.
CMS eighth-grader Jonathan Foster colors his agamograph.